As a child in the late Nineties, I lived for Aladdin. Yet no actual Arabs or even Indians were involved in the cartoon.
The Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur's film is like an inexperienced climber: caught between the ground and success.
Steer clear of soon-to-be-released-anyway blockbusters like Suffragette and see some of these films instead.
The film shows how Pasolini located spiritual salvation in unremarkable lives.
Over a century on from its birth, the British Board of Film Classification is struggling to make its way in the digital world.
We talk Jacqueline Wilson’s Katy, the BBC’s new sitcom Boy Meets Girl and the Carol Morley film The Falling.
Closed Curtain, by Jafar Panahi, was created despite its director’s house arrest in Iran.
Anyway, Ian Fleming’s Bond was grotesquely, unstintingly racist. As a character, it’s hardly the highest role available in UK film.
We talk Diary of a Teenage Girl, Marvel's Agent Carter, and Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis.
In some ways, Allen is a prisoner of the independence from Hollywood he fought for so long to protect.
What are the chances that Ice Cube will be held properly to account for an anti-Semitic slur in a film produced by Ice Cube?